Dark Dark Dark celebrate the release of Who Needs Who, the follow-up to 2010's Wild Go. Who Needs Who is a stirring and rich body of songs that sees the band breaking ground, and settling into the strengths of a quintet that has worked incredibly hard, both on the road and in their personal lives. "Many of these songs are about understanding and accepting the nuances of my emotions. The obvious parts and the dark parts. There are times when it’s important to quit fantasizing and face the truth about what is happening,” says primary writer and singer Nona. Who Needs Who is ultimately refreshing and rewarding, and marks the beginning of a bold and promising chapter for Dark Dark Dark.
Sweet harmonizing Mountain Man return after their knockout set on the Cedar patio last summer, along with one-woman orchestra Emily Wells, back at the Cedar after opening for the Portland Cello Project in April.
After nearly two years of artistic silence, Murzik makes a comeback with their most ambitious release to date, new album A Cat Named Murzik. Spending the past two years on re-evaluating their creative direction, the band finds itself emerging from a contemplative respite armed with new talent and vigor. Originally formed by long-time college friends singer-songwriter Bryan Steenerson and accordionist Nathan Simar, the lineup now includes cellist Ryan Pfeiffer, violinist Christopher Becknell, and drummer Alex Budrow.
A collaboration of artists and musicians, The Poor Nobodys are a 7-piece outfit from Minneapolis. After handcrafting songs in the Twin Cities for over three years, they finally recorded their self-titled EP last May and just finished recording their first full-length album Until I Uproot and Walk Again. Their sound fuses the familiar with the peculiar, where unconventional melodies weave their way through rustic roots.
Tickets are on sale now from the Cedar Ticketline (612-338-2674 ext 2), from hard-working Cedar volunteers in the front lobby during shows, from Cedar outlets (Electric Fetus, Irish on Grand, Homestead Pickin' Parlor, and Depth of Field), and online at Ticketweb.
All Cedar shows are all ages. Students with ID may gain discounted admission for tickets purchased at the door.
Ladies and Gentlemen! Critics and hipsters!
We are proud to introduce "Evelyn Evelyn" - the world's only conjoined-twin singer-songwriter duo.
Discovered and launched by punk-cabaret queen Amanda Palmer (The Dresden Dolls) and endless minstrel Jason Webley, Evelyn Evelyn is one of the most anticipated acts of 2010. After three full years in the studio, the Evelyn sisters are gearing up for a world tour in support of their debut album, which hits the shelves on March 30th.
Epic in scope and production, the twelve tracks on "Evelyn Evelyn" showcase the twins' uncanny talent and versatility as musicians. With a background in circus performance and a wide, bizarre range of influences, the twins compose original timeless songs full of humor, sadness, and double entendre.